Calendula Honey soap

CALENDULA HONEY SOAP

calendula_soap

ABOUT THE SOAP

Calendula, also known as pot marigold, is a versatile herb. It came to America with settlers from Europe and was used during the Civil War to stop bleeding and promote healing of wounds. Calendula has a yellow-to-deep-orange flowers that bloom from early summer to fall. Flowers close up at night and reopen in the morning, its flower attract beneficial insects. Calendula (calendula officianalis) should not be confused with the common garden plant marigold (Tagetes species), which also has bright orange and yellow flowers.






$4.50 bar – calendula honey soap

THE SOAP STORY

For years, so many people have told us how much our Oatmeal Milk Honey soap has helped their eczema. Some customers have said that it cleared up their eczema completely. So, we thought, we not pump up the volume and make it even better? This calendula honey soap is basically our oatmeal soap – but enhanced. The addition of palmarosa oil is said to be skin repairing. Calendula is said to increase collagen. While we can’t make the medical claim of calling this an eczema soap – we can tell you that many of our customers have raved over how well it treats eczema and irritated skin.

INGREDIENTS

saponified oils of soybean, olive, coconut & shea butter.
Essential oils: palmarosa, calendula.
Botanicals: calendula petals.
Color: none
Other: honey

WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING

“I can’t live without my calendula soap. It has helped with my skin problems so much. I have to admit that I don’t know how to pronounce it, though! Thanks so much.”
Sandra, Austin, TX

“I love the smell of palmarosa oil so I knew I’d like this soap. I wasn’t dissapointed. Keep up the good soaps.”
Matt, Beggs, OK

“I have grown calendula for years. We make a tea from it to treat our summer sunburns. I was glad to find a company that made a calendula soap.”
Janie, Talbot, MD